Complete Definition of "hall"

see|Hall|häll
English

Pronunciation
audio|en-us-hall.ogg|Audio (US)
:Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-ÉËl|-ÉËl
Homophones: haul

Noun
en-noun

  1. A corridor; a hallway.

#:The drinking fountain was out in the hall.

  1. A meeting room.

#:The hotel had three halls for conferences, and two were in use by the convention.

  1. A manor house.

#:The duke lived in a great hall overlooking the sea.

  1. A building providing student accommodation at a university.

#:The student government hosted several social events so that students from different halls would intermingle.

  1. The principal room of a secular medieval building.

Derived terms
hall of fame
hall of shame

Translations
trans-top| A corridor or a hallway.
Greek: t|el|ÏÏλ|n|sc=Grek (chol)
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Russian: коÑÐ¸Ð´Ð¾Ñ (koridór) m, пÑиÑÐ¼Ð½Ð°Ñ (prijómnaja) f, веÑÑибÑÐ»Ñ (v'estib'úl') f, Ñойе (fojé) n, Ñолл (Ïóll) m
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Dutch: hal m, gang m
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trans-top|A meeting room
Greek: t+|el|αίθοÏÏα|f|sc=Grek (aíthousa)
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Russian: зал (zal) m, зала (zála) f
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Dutch: zaal m
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trans-top|A manor house
Greek: t|el|μέγαÏο|n|sc=Grek (mégaro)
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Russian: ÑÑадÑба (usád'ba) g, помеÑÑÑе (pom'ést'je) n
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Dutch: villa v
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trans-top|A building providing student accommodation at a university
Greek: t|el|ÏοιÏηÏική εÏÏία|f|sc=Grek (foititikí estía)
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Dutch: studentenflat m
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trans-top|The principal room of a secular medieval building
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Russian: зал (zal) m, зала (zála) f
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Dutch: zaal m
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trans-top|Translations to be categorised
ttbc|French: hall m
ttbc|German: Flur m, f, Halle f
ttbc|Italian: corridoio m
ttbc|Japanese: ãã¼ã« (hÅru)
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ttbc|Korean: ê°ë¹ (gangdang)
ttbc|Old Norse: hǫll f (1)
ttbc|Portuguese: salão m
ttbc|Spanish: pasillo m
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Albanian

Noun
hall g|Albanian

  1. trouble

Category:Albanian nouns


Estonian

Adjective
hall

  1. grey color|lang=et

Category:Estonian adjectives


Hungarian

Etymology 1
From the same Uralic root *kule as Finnish kuulla

Verb
hall

  1. to hear

Etymology 2
From English âhallâ.

Noun
hall

  1. lounge

Category:Hungarian nouns
Category:Hungarian verbs


Swedish

Pronunciation
audio|Sv-hall.ogg|audio

Noun
hall c

  1. lounge
  2. corridor
  3. short for any of the words:

#:# simhall
#:# ishall
#:# sporthall
#:# verkstadshall
#:# mässhall
#:#...

Conjugation
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|-
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| colspan2 width105 | Singular
| colspan=2 | Plural
|- bgcolor#FFFFF0 aligncenter
| width=105 | Indefinite
| width=105 | Definite
| width=105 | Indefinite
| width=105 | Definite
|- align=center
| width105 bgcolor#FFFFF0 | Nominative
| hall
| hallen
| hallar
| hallarna
|- align=center
| width105 bgcolor#FFFFF0 | Genitive
| halls
| hallens
| hallars
| hallarnas
|}

Category:Swedish nouns

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